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at the center for democracy and technology and an expert in first amendment law. tom miller is the attorney general of the state of iowa. he is one of the 17 attorneys general from around the country who sent the letter to craigslist. we thank you both for being with us. tom miller, i'm going to start with you. how certain are you that craigslist was being used widely and extensively for this sort of illegal activity? this wasn't just isolated incidents. >> this was not isolated incidents at all. we were quite certain . it was broadly used. a reporter at cnn put an ad on of this kind and got 15 responses in three hours. we talked to constituents. we looked at craigslist. it was clear that it was massive in terms of the opportunity for prostitution. it's not just prostitution. it's human trafficking. the terrible, terrible abuse of children. so whatever efforts that they were making to keep people off that would do these things, they were failing. maybe necessarily were failing. but it was clear, i think, to most everybody that this was a huge source of the information that leads to prostitu
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this fall. erika miller, "nightly business report," brooklyn, new york. >> tom: we continue our look at the nation's retailers a little later in the program with our "word on the street." tonight, that word is "holiday." gregg greenberg of thestreet.com tells us which retailers to watch for early signs on how the holiday may shape up. >> susie: here are the stories in tonight's n.b.r. newswheel. the blue chips snapped their winning streak as investors focused on gold and t-bills. the dow fell 17 points, the nasdaq rose four, and the s&p 500 was off almost a point. trading volume was mixed-- the big board was down from yesterday's levels, but volume was higher on the nasdaq. gold prices hit a new record high as more people looked for safety amid the turbulent global recovery. in new york trading, december gold futures rose $24.60 or 2% to $1,271 an ounce. the energy department said gasoline prices rose to their highest level in a month-- they averaged $2.72 a gallon nationwide, up more than a penny from last week. and according to a report from mastercard, gas purchases fell 3% over t
me by coincidence. >> what happens is when you are senate majority leader and we saw this with tom daschle. we saw it with miller tidings in 1952, when the electorate turns it is a referendum on. >> sean: 14.4% unemployment. 1 in 7 americans now are in poverty in america. foreclosures are up 25 . we have three trillion dollars in obama debt and he's only been there 21 months now. >> that's why you hear and see attacks on o'donnell, sarah palin and all the rest of it. they can't talk about the issues. they won't. that's what the campaign going to be marginalize, marginalize tea party folks because we don't want to be held accountable. >> sean: it was in the "new york times" they were going to try to go after the tea party movement as owning the republican party. they tried to do this to me and talk radio and rush and mark and fox news. they actually went out there and demonized tea party and town hall attendees. >> i think couple months ago harry reid was dead in the water trailing everyone in the polls. he started to claw back. now it is a very competitive race. i think because we
. the raiders hoping to win back to back games for the first time since week 16 and 17, 2008 campaign tom cable gave the quarterback job to bruce and it paid off immediately. to miller, 22-yard score, game tied at 7 first score of the season second quarter ander son, on a quick pattern. just before half time gets in from 2-yards out another monster game, who went over the 100-yard mark for the second straight ball game 27 teams, raiders, third quarter cardinals back on top. two catches in the game but that was a big one cardinals lead 24-20, fourth quarter raiders on the goal line. backed up with a penalty. 24-23, cardinals. 109 to go in the game, on 4th down, to heyward-bey, four seconds in the game. sebastian attempts a chip shot for him 32-yards out and missed it. he missed 3 field goals in the game, and cardinals win 24-23. >>> it is tough like i said we shouldn't have put him in that situation it shouldn't have came down to that last kick that is what is frustrating about it. >> i think there is a little conflict there. that will not change one bit he will probably go out and win several g
miller, "nightly business report," city island, new york. >> tom: companies are sitting on billions of dollars in cash, but they're reluctant to spent it on creating new jobs. what will it take to get american businesses hiring again? leo hindery has made those decisions. he's the former c.e.o. of a.t.&.t. broadband, t.c.i. cable, and he's chairman of the u.s. economy smart globalization initiative at the new america foundation. >> it's nice to be here, tom. happy labor day. >> you too. what needs to change in the current environment to encourage hiring? >> it's surprisingly simple. it's not going to be easy to attain, but it's surprisingly simple to understand the uncertainties. the actual number is about $2 trillion of cash accumulated on the balance sheets of america's corporations, and they look out as the american consumer does over the next year to two years and say there's not enough certainty out there for me to spend that kind of resource. >> let's talk about the size of this problem. as you mention, the economy is technically in a growth mode, but since january, 2008 we've
the overall poverty rate down. in new york, david lee miller, fox news. >>> we still have plenty ahead including a fox 5 exclusive for you. >> deep inside the heart of america's spy satellite network, i'm tom fitzgerald. coming up, an exclusive look inside the national reconnaissance office in virginia. - thank you. mmmmmm. ( shattering, thud ) mmmmmm. ( crash, shattering ) it's good! ( shattering ) when you add velveeta and rotel tomatoes... and green chilis to chicken and pasta, it's so good... - mmmmmm. - it'll blow 'em away. ( crashing ) man, that's good. man, that's good. velveeta and rotel. man, that's good. activia is better than ever! hey, you guys. want to try activia's great new taste? isn't this the yogurt that, you know... helps regulate your digestive system. ooh, i think i'll pass. no, no, no! trust me. it is beyond tasty. mmm! wow! i can't believe it, i love it! mmm, this is really good! new best tasting activia ever! ♪ activia now you can join the fight against breast cancer every time you enjoy an activia. give hope with every cup of activia. >>> they are key to keep
family. >> reporter: tina miller was 47- year-old. her father in law melvin miller was 72. her mother-in-law marilyn miller was 70. marilyn was raised in west virginia and quite protective of her family even at a young age. tom is her younger brother. >> i went home crying. my sister marilyn didn't like me crying. so she took me by the arm and drug me back down there and made me point out who was beating up on me. and i told her. she beat them two boys up. and then as she was taking me home, she was giving me a lecture on making sure i stood up for myself. >> the millers were an unusually close family. >> even when they weren't living with us, they were living one street over. so we had the whole family in one neighborhood. so over a couple of decades that pulls a family together really, really tightly. >> the shock of losing three family members so suddenly has not really passed. >> you know, i have the memories. i guess in time that's the way i'll look at it. but for right now it's -- it's tough. very tough. >> in stafford county, virginia, fox 5 news. >>> virginia state police say
"saving private ryan," tom hanks, playing captain miller, as he's dying he says in a voice, barely more than a whisper to the character that is playing private ryan, earn this. it is a phenomenal message for every american and it is great that congressman poe brought this measure to the floor, for those of us who are here and the descendents of those who survived this battle to say thank you to those who didn't. madam speaker, i have no further requests of time and i yield back the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. the question is will the house suspend the rules and agree to house resolution 1251 as amended. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair, 2/3 having responded in the affirmative, the rules are suspended and the resolution is agreed to and without objection , motion most -- the motion to reconsider is laid on the table. without objection, the title is amended. for what purpose does the gentleman from mississippi seek recognition? mr. taylor: madam speaker, i move to suspend the rules an
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